KAWL

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KAWL
City of licenseYork, Nebraska
SloganClassic Hits...KAWL!
Frequency1370 kHz
First air dateSeptember 25, 1954
FormatOldies
Power500 watts day
176 watts night
ClassD
Facility ID9932
Transmitter coordinates40°50′30″N 97°35′16″W / 40.84167°N 97.58778°W / 40.84167; -97.58778Coordinates: 40°50′30″N 97°35′16″W / 40.84167°N 97.58778°W / 40.84167; -97.58778
OwnerMWB Broadcasting LLC
(Mark Jensen)
Sister stationsKTMX-FM
Websitekawlam.com
 
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KAWL
City of licenseYork, Nebraska
SloganClassic Hits...KAWL!
Frequency1370 kHz
First air dateSeptember 25, 1954
FormatOldies
Power500 watts day
176 watts night
ClassD
Facility ID9932
Transmitter coordinates40°50′30″N 97°35′16″W / 40.84167°N 97.58778°W / 40.84167; -97.58778Coordinates: 40°50′30″N 97°35′16″W / 40.84167°N 97.58778°W / 40.84167; -97.58778
OwnerMWB Broadcasting LLC
(Mark Jensen)
Sister stationsKTMX-FM
Websitekawlam.com

KAWL (1370 AM) is a radio station which signed on September 18, 1954 within the city limits of York, Nebraska. Brothers Mel and Tom Gleason were co-owners of Prairie States Broadcasting, Inc. This station remained in the Gleason family until its sale in 2004 to Mark Jensen President of MWB Broadcasting LLC one of the few longest-held family-owned broadcast properties ever in Nebraska.

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Prairie States Broadcasting

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